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Community Building Approaches - F15
Transcript of Community Building Approaches - F15
Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Asset-Based Community Development
Kurt Lewin et al
Approaches to Community Building
Paolo Friere: Pedagogy of the Oppressed
Saul Alinsky: Rules for Radicals
Lockhart & Clarke: The Way of Simple
Peter Block: Belonging
Ohmer & Demasi: Consensus Building
Arthur Lockhart & Clarke
The way of simple
What can one person do?
What would happen if I did nothing?
Who to support?
What's my process?
What are your gifts?
How can I thank you?
Lockhart, A. & Clarke, M. (2004). The Way of Simple. In Community lost & found: A conversation between two dreamers. Toronto, ON: Inclusion Press.
#1 = Gifts
McKnight, J. (2013) A Basic Guide to ABCD Community Organizing. Retrieved from: http://www.abcdinstitute.org/docs/A%20Basic%20Guide%20to%20ABCD%20Community%20Organizing-1.pdf. McKnight, J. (2013) A Basic Guide to ABCD Community Organizing. Retrieved from: http://www.abcdinstitute.org/docs/A%20Basic%20Guide%20to%20ABCD%20Community%20Organizing-1.pdf.
Friere, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York, NY: Continuum International Publishing
2Pac - Changes
Rules for Radicals
Alinsky, S.D. (1971). Rules for radicals: A pragmatic primer for realistic radicals. Toronto, ON: Random House
Tony Robbins - "Three Mandates of Leadership"
1. See it as it is, not worse than it is
2. See it better than it is
3. Make it the way you see it
Ohmer & Demasi
"Consensus Building Approach" - Prof. Lawrence Susskind
Knowledge = Liberation
be lead by the people
(not the oppressor)
Liberation is a
Build social fabric
Focus on gifts,
associational life &
Unit of transformation
= small group
Invert cause and effect
Leadership is convening
are more transforming
nvitation to converse
Am I the change
I want to see?
can transform &
Place & space
Analyze & identify
ideas & strategy
Build strong relationships thru dialogue & collaboration
Block, P. (2008). Community: the Structure of Belonging. San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.